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NYC Can Start Fining Restaurants for Salt-Label Violations

Menacing. Now an update from the nanny state. While the National Restaurant Association (a.k.a. the other NRA) continues to fight New York's salt warnings in an appeals court, a judge gave the city the go-ahead to start issuing fines. Show More Summary

Wisconsin girl receives new kidney from her teacher

1 hour agoNews : NY Daily News

Judging by her beaming smile, the transplant was a smashing success.

AM News: New ESSA Regs, Clinton/Sanders Advisers Debate, Ravitch Endorsement

What do parents need to know to find a good school? New federal rules help California find an answer - LA Times Education Department proposes rules for judging schools - The Washington Post AP: Rules proposed for school accountability | U.S. Show More Summary

Bryan Cranston-Owned Cinemas Palme d’Or Wins Appellate Decision, Will See Cinemark In Court

Flagship Theatres has achieved another win in its circuit dealing case against Cinemark, heading back to superior court with a new date and new judge. Flagship won a reversal in the California Court of Appeal, after Judges Allan J. Goodman and H. Show More Summary

Landmarks crumble on new Independence Day: Resurgence posters

As depicted in INDEPENDENCE DAY, Earth was able to take down invading alien forces in the War of 1996. Twenty years later, the invaders are returning, and judging from the trailers for INDEPENDENCE DAY: RESURGENCE the destruction they're...Show More Summary

Joss Whedon Talks Captain Marvel and His New Female-Driven Script

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It's been a while since we had a totally original Joss Whedon movie, but, judging from some of his comments in recent interviews, something new is on the horizon. Speaking to The Wrap yesterday at the HeForShe Media Summit in Los Angeles, Whedon revealed a few details about the script he's working on now: “It is a story about a girl who goes through some unbelievable sh-t.”

Judge Denies Gawker New Trial In Hulk Hogan Case

TAMPA, Fla., May 25 (Reuters) - Gawker will not get a new trial to defend its posting of a Hulk Hogan sex tape, and a Florida judge also declined to reduce the $140 million in damages a jury awarded the celebrity wrestler after finding...Show More Summary

Teresa Giudice Bankruptcy Case Reopened By Judge

One step forward, two steps back in the designer shoes Teresa Giudice couldn’t afford but bought on credit she never intended to repay… a federal judge has decided to reopen the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star’s $13.5 million dollar bankruptcy case. Show More Summary

Casey Anthony Exposed By Defense Team As Killer In New Documents

Casey Anthony was the young mother who was last a major news story in 2011 when she was acquitted for killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee back in 2008. Ever since then, she has been judged in the court of public opinion as a guilty woman who killed her own child, presumably because she felt she... Show More Summary

Who is new Taliban leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhunzada?

Conservative successor to Mullah Mansoor is known for overseeing bombings and for being a "ruthless" former judge.

Judge gives drug convict probation, cites other consequences

NEW YORK (AP) — A Connecticut college student found with 1.3 pounds of cocaine in her luggage on a return trip from Jamaica has been sentenced to probation by a judge who ruled her smuggling conviction alone would include collateral punishments. “There is a broad range of collateral consequences that serve no useful function other […]

Judge Denies Motion for New Gawker-Hulk Hogan Trial Following Peter Thiel Bombshell

Gawker was just handed another loss in court this afternoon, when a Florida state court judge upheld the jury verdict rendered two months ago in the lawsuit from Hulk Hogan. During a court hearing this morning in St. Petersburg, Fla.,...Show More Summary

Gawker Fails to Persuade Judge to Retry Hulk Hogan Case

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A judge denied Gawker Media’s request for a new trial, after a jury awarded the former wrestler $140 million in March over the publication of sex tape.

Judge: Gawker Still Has to Pay Hulk Hogan $140M

Well, it looks like Gawker still owes Hulk Hogan $140 million. On Wednesday, a Florida circuit court judge declined to order a new trial or change the jury's verdict in Hogan's lawsuit against the media company, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Gawker's attorney had asked the judge to reduce the...

In a Remarkable Decision, Federal Judge Lays Out All the Ways Our Justice System Hurts Ex-Cons

Chevelle Nesbeth could have been sentenced to three and a half years in prison for trying to smuggle 602 grams of cocaine into the U.S. from Jamaica. Instead, a federal judge in New York decided to show her mercy, explaining in an unusual...Show More Summary

Hulk Hogan’s $140M Gawker Award Upheld – Update

2ND UPDATE, 10:30 AM: Florida Circuit Judge Pamela Campbell today upheld ex-pro wrestler Hulk Hogan’s $140M verdict against Gawker in his lawsuit for publishing his sex tape. There will be no new trial. UPDATED, March 21: Terry Bollea...Show More Summary

RHOC Star Tamra Judge Flashes Toned Bikini Bod & Shuts Down Haters Before They Can Even Spew Mean Messages!

Tamra Judge has always been and will always be a spit fire! On Tuesday, Tamra showed off her new body builder figure in a bikini via Instagram. The momma also accompanied her fit pic with a warning to fans with cases of haterade. Related: Tamra's Ex Calls Her A 'Lying Narcissist'! The enviable snap comes on the heels [...]

Derek Fisher Ordered To Pay Ex-Wife $1.3M A Year in Spousal Support

Former New York Knicks coach Derek Fisher, who’s been entangled in a love triangle with the estranged wife of his former teammate Matt Barnes, finally put his marriage in the rearview mirror. Somewhat. On May 24th, a judge made his divorce official after 10 years of marriage, but court documents obtained by TMZ show his […]

Judge says $140 million Gawker payment to Hulk Hogan will stand

Gawker Media was told in a Florida court on Wednesday that its motion for a new trial has been denied. That means the $140 million in damages awarded to Hulk Hogan will not be reduced. Gawker can still appeal the ruling to Florida’s Second District Court of Appeals. Show More Summary

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